Sony WH-1000XM4

Sony WH-1000XM4

Pros
  • Best headphones out there that aren't crazy expensive
  • Excellent audio quality, excellent noise cancellation
  • Software is easier to use than other models
Cons
  • Some feel the touch controls are too sensitive
  • Most won't notice the improvements in audio quality over cheaper models
Pricing
Price History
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Features
Connectivity - Bluetooth
Form Factor - Over-ear
Battery Life - Up to 30 hours
Microphone?
Noise Canceling?
Sony WH-1000XM4 Review Summary
Overall Rating
4.7
Based on 24,604 Customer Reviews
The Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones Get Better

Sony has returned with the new 1000XM4 headphones. They address the two main downsides of the previous product: you can now pair to two devices simultaneously, and updated mics should make for clearer calls.

The Verge
4.5
Chris Welch | on August 12, 2020
Sony WH-1000XM4 review

The combination of high quality Bluetooth codecs, great sound, improved noise cancelling, good battery life, and smart features like autopause and Bluetooth multipoint makes these the best all-around option for most people.

SoundGuys
4.2
Adam Molina | on August 16, 2021
Sony WH-1000XM4 Review

If you expected major changes and upgrades, you'll be a little underwhelmed. The long and short of it is what may just have been the best noise-canceling headphone of the last two years has gotten a little better.

CNET
4.6
David Carnoy | on December 12, 2020
Sony WH-1000XM4 Review

Could Sony’s next pair of over-ear headphones really get even better on sound quality, comfort and active noise cancellation? It turns out that yes, yes it could. We think Sony has made the best headphones you can buy today.

Tom's Guide
4.5
Alex Bracetti | on May 28, 2021
Sony WH-1000XM4 Review

It trades off in terms of sound quality to a significant degree. Its default tonality is a boomy yet aggressive sounding experience that isn’t done any favors by both its frequency response or its technical ability.

Headphones.com
Andrew Park | on July 7, 2021
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